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Duterte tells European lawmakers: "Why do you have to f*** with us?"

21 March 2017

During his visit to China, he said he would stand separately from the USA in the military and economic aspects.

"Do not impose your culture, or your belief in what would be a government in this planet". Why are you trying to impose on us?

Dhaka - An investigating team formed by Myanmar leader Aung San Suu Kyi visited two makeshift camps in southern Bangladesh on Monday and questioned some of the thousands of Rohingya Muslims who fled from Myanmar, alleging mistreatment by soldiers and majority Buddhists.

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In discussions, President Duterte also called for increased two way trade and investment, citing the growing presence of Philippine companies in Myanmar.

President Rodrigo Roa Duterte met with Myanmar President U Htin Kyaw at the Presidential Palace in his first official visit here, which is expected to forge deeper bilateral ties between the two countries.

A resolution delivered by European Union lawmakers last week said it was "deeply alarmed" that the Philippines was planning to reintroduce the death penalty and that it considers capital punishment to be "cruel and inhuman. which fails to act as a deterrent to criminal behaviour". Why don't you mind your own business?

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Police have reported killing more than 2,500 people, while rights groups say there have been more than 5,000 other deaths linked to the drug war.

Since taking office in the middle of previous year Duterte has overseen a ruthless campaign to eradicate illegal drugs which he says are threatening to turn the Philippines into a narco-state.

Like the Myanmar leaders who were subject of a United Nations probe over human rights concerns on the Rohingya minority, Duterte has ignored the UN's expression of concern over extrajudicial killings in his administration's drug war.

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As it has become known, the Philippines have scheduled main coordinates of development of relations with Russian Federation and are actively discussing cooperation issues with Moscow within agriculture and energy. "That can't apply to us, because we are Catholics". And there is the Civil Code, which is you can only marry a woman for me, and for woman to marry a man.

Duterte tells European lawmakers: